Removing pet hair with rubber gloves

Nothing beats a Pumice stone for pet hair removal from couch, chairs and car seats
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For starters, you should have a vacuum cleaner with a HEPA filter. HEPA stands for High Efficiency Particulate Arresting. These filters remove a very high percentage of airborne pollutants, resulting in less pet dander floating around in your home. While the effects of pet allergens on young children is still being debated, it is most likely a better choice to play it safe by using these filters. Vacuum regularly to prevent pet hair and associated allergens from building up and becoming harder to remove from fabric upholstery, carpeting and flooring.
Great tips for removing unwanted pet hair from furniture and pillows.
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If you have a dog or cat in your house, there’s a good chance you have to deal with pet hair on your carpets, rugs, and upholstered furniture. One easy way to remove it is to apply duct tape to a paint roller with the sticky side facing up. The best way to remove pet hair!
Photo provided by FlickrThe ultimate pet hair removal tool! No more hours vacuuming and picking out hairs.
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Fur-Zoff is More Effective, Durable and Earth-Friendly than any other product for cleaning pet hair from the fabrics in your life. With a light sweeping motion, its unique rigid hair scaled texture removes hair from carpets and fabrics in homes and vehicles quickly and easily.

With nothing to plug in, wear out or replace, Fur-Zoff is the last product you will ever need to keep shed pet hair under control.

Environmentally Friendly! Fur-Zoff is made from 90% post-consumer recycled materials (the stuff you put into your curbside recycling box). It’s also hypoallergenic and odor free. It’s time to take back your home! Use the following pet hair removal tips from The Kirby Company to reclaim your home and eliminate the piles of dog and cat hair hiding in your furniture and rugs.Use a squeegee to remove pet hair from furniture. It's impossible to remove dog hair from my couch (tried every hair remover idea out there- even duct tape!) and this is the only thing that actually works!Our best advice for keeping your home hair-free is to vacuum often and brush your pet’s hair outside on a regular basis. By removing the loose hair from your pet before he comes inside, it will be less likely to collect in your rugs, draperies and furniture.

Removing pet hair from your carpets is a breeze with a Kirby vacuum cleaner. The high-power suction of a Kirby vacuum is designed to help pull pet hair out of your carpets and into the attached bag.By simply moving the roller back and forth, you immediately track and pick up pet hair embedded deeply in sofas, couches, beds, carpets, car seats and more. You have probably tried all types of cat hair removal products… from sticky roll tapes, to products that cannot be used over and over again.